Eco and TSA-Friendly Shampoo Bars
Updated: Jan 25, 2019
It doesn't need to be poured, pumped, or measured. It fits in your palm, doesn't spill, and is never scrutinized by TSA agents. It's a shampoo bar, and it's more popular than ever.
I was skeptical about shampoo bars at first. I didn't think anything could beat the liquid shampoo I got at my hair salon which was selected by my stylist to work with my hair. So, I made my first bars, and when they were ready I tried one. I shampooed with the bar, rinsed, didn't use conditioner, and finished by spraying on a bit of detangler to help with the comb out. The results on my straight color treated hair were great. My hair was soft and shiny.
To use a shampoo bar, thoroughly wet your hair, work up a lather in your hands or by rubbing the bar directly on your hair, and shampoo and rinse as usual. If you have hard water, make a 2:1 water/vinegar solution and rinse with it to thoroughly rinse out the shampoo.
The So and Soap shampoo bars are called Lather, Rinse, Repeat and they're made with sustainable palm oil, castor oil, sweet almond oil, water, citric acid, and orange, tea tree, and patchouli essential oils. Buy a So and Soap shampoo bar.